All the Players at the Table: A Multilateral Solution to the North Korean Nuclear Crisis

By Doug Bandow. Policy Analysis No. 478. June 26, 2003.

After Victory: Toward a New Military Posture in the Persian Gulf

By Christopher A. Preble. Policy Analysis No. 477. June 10, 2003.

A Grand Façade: How the Grand Jury Was Captured by Government

By W. Thomas Dillard, Stephen R. Johnson and Tim Lynch. Policy Analysis No. 476. May 13, 2003.

Demonizing Drugmakers: The Political Assault on the Pharmaceutical Industry

By Doug Bandow. Policy Analysis No. 475. May 8, 2003.

Bring the Troops Home: Ending the Obsolete Korean Commitment

By Doug Bandow. Policy Analysis No. 474. May 7, 2003.

Welfare Reform: Less Than Meets the Eye

By Michael D. Tanner. Policy Analysis No. 473. April 1, 2003.

Extremist, Nuclear Pakistan: An Emerging Threat?

By Subodh Atal. Policy Analysis No. 472. March 5, 2003.

Should Congress Repeal Securities Class Action Reform?

By Adam C. Pritchard. Policy Analysis No. 471. February 27, 2003.

Empire of the Sun: An Economic Interpretation of Enron’s Energy Business

By Christopher Culp and Steve H. Hanke. Policy Analysis No. 470. February 20, 2003.

Accounting at Energy Firms after Enron: Is the “Cure” Worse Than the “Disease”?

By Richard Bassett and Mark Storrie. Policy Analysis No. 469. February 12, 2003.

Cigarette Taxes, Black Markets, and Crime: Lessons from New York’s 50-Year Losing Battle

By Patrick Fleenor. Policy Analysis No. 468. February 6, 2003.

True Private Choice: A Practical Guide to School Choice after Zelman v. Simmons-Harris

By Marie Gryphon. Policy Analysis No. 466. February 4, 2003.

Is Chinese Military Modernization a Threat to the United States?

By Ivan Eland. Policy Analysis No. 465. January 23, 2003.

Why the United States Should Not Attack Iraq

By Ivan Eland and Bernard Gourley. Policy Analysis No. 464. December 17, 2002.

Reforming the Federal Tax Policy Process

By David R. Burton. Policy Analysis No. 463. December 17, 2002.

Human Capital Contracts: “Equity-like” Instruments for Financing Higher Education

By Miguel Palacios. Policy Analysis No. 462. December 16, 2002.

The Need for Educational Freedom in the Nation’s Capital

By Casey J. Lartigue Jr.. Policy Analysis No. 461. December 10, 2002.

Joint Strike Fighter: Can a Multiservice Fighter Program Succeed?

By Christopher A. Preble. Policy Analysis No. 460. December 5, 2002.

The Empire Strikes Out: The “New Imperialism” and Its Fatal Flaws

By Ivan Eland. Policy Analysis No. 459. November 26, 2002.

Misguided Guidelines: A Critique of Federal Sentencing

By Erik Luna. Policy Analysis No. 458. November 1, 2002.

Birth of the Digital New Deal: An Inventory of High-Tech Pork-Barrel Spending

By Adam D. Thierer, Clyde Wayne Crews Jr. and Thomas Pearson. Policy Analysis No. 457. October 28, 2002.

Does Cleanliness Lead to Competitiveness? The Failure of Maine’s Experiment with Taxpayer Financing of Campaigns

By Patrick Basham and Martin Zelder. Policy Analysis No. 456. October 16, 2002.

International Banking Regulation: Where’s the Market Discipline in Basel II?

By L. Jacobo Rodríguez. Policy Analysis No. 455. October 15, 2002.

Fiscal Policy Report Card on America’s Governors: 2002

By Stephen Moore and Stephen Slivinski. Policy Analysis No. 454. September 20, 2002.

Saving Lives or Wasting Resources? The Federal Mine Safety and Health Act

By C. Gregory Ruffennach. Policy Analysis No. 453. September 19, 2002.